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FICO - Functional Specification of G/L

accounts.

Table of Contents

1 OVERVIEW SECTION......................................................................................................... 4
1.0 Introduction of Reports

1.1 DOCUMENT CHANGE HISTORY............................................................................................. 5


1.2 DOCUMENT SIGN OFF .......................................................................................................... 6
1.3 OPEN ITEMS ................................................................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
1.4 RELATED RICEFW OBJECTS ............................................................................................... 7
1.5 CONTACT LIST ............................................................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
2 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................... 8
2.1 DESCRIPTION................................................................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
2.2 TO BE REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................... 8
2.3 BUSINESS BENEFITS ..................................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
2.4 FORM DESIGN .............................................................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
2.5 SCOPE / SELECTION CRITERIA .............................................................................................. 8
2.6 ASSUMPTIONS ...................................................................................................................... 9
2.7 RISKS / MITIGATIONS/ ERROR HANDLING ............................................................................ 9

3 BUSINESS RULES............................................................................................................... 10
3.1 DATA FLOW DIAGRAM....................................................................................................... 10
3.2 BUSINESS RULES FOR ENHANCEMENT ............................................................................... 10
3.3 LIST OF STANDARD TABLES USED FOR EXTENSION ........................................................... 10
3.4 LIST OF CUSTOM SAP DATA OBJECTS USED ..................................................................... 10
4 UNIT TEST DETAILS ........................................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.

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1.0) INTRODUCTION OF REPORTS:

A SAP report is an executable program that reads data from the database and generates output based on the filter
criteria selected by the end user. It is like display of data based on some selection. Execution of a SAP report almost
never leads to an update of the database.
The various categories of reports are

1. Standard SAP reports ex. COOIS,MD04 etc.


2. Custom reports developed by your organization
3. Ad hoc queries

When the standard SAP reports does not meet the client or business requirement we have to develop custom
reports with the help of ABAP team. For this we need to understand what is the selection screen, what output they
want like what data they want to display on the screen once the report is executed

Selection screen: It is the provision to enter the selection criteria.. here is the selection screen for a report for MRP
results validation to check whether sufficient procurement elements generated or not after the MRP run to meet the
current requirements.

Once after the report is executed output will be like below

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For this we need to give the functional specification to the ABAP team with the details like what is the selection
screen, what is the output format and what are the tables and fields from which data needs to fetched..based on this
they develop the custom report
Some times we can generate own reports with out taking the help of ABAP by generating the queries by combining
various tables and generating reports

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1 Overview Section
REPORT Name GENERAL LEDGER REPORTS

FORM ID FSFICOR001

Target Module and Area SAP FICO

Complexity

High (Highly detailed, multiple new screens, cross


module, etc.)

SAP Transaction S-ALR-87012326


Medium (Multiple Sources or Complex or custom
user exits, new screens, etc.)

Low (Simple field addition, use of existing user exits,


etc)

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1.1 Document Change History
Date Created / Brief Description of Change Doc
Created / Modified By version
Modified

4-07-2017 Fasal Initial Draft 1.0

Changes to Table for Logic and Fields 2.0

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1.2 Document Sign Off

Reviewed By:
The Reviewed By signature indicates the individual(s) who reviewed this
document for content and clarity, and to the best of their knowledge, this document
satisfactorily achieves the purpose and scope defined herein:
Name Title/Role<Designation, Department>
Reviewed
By
Signature
Reviewed
By
Signature Date:
Reviewed
By
Signature Date:

Approved By:
The Approved By signature indicates the individual(s) who approved this
document for content and clarity, and to the best of their knowledge, this document
complies with corporate policies and procedures:
Name Title/Role<Designation, Department>
Approved
By
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By
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1.3 Related RICEFW Objects
Association (Describe
how these objects are Document name (if
Doc ID Name related) known)

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2 Functional Requirements
Description: A SAP report is an executable program that reads data from the database
and generates output based on the filter criteria selected by the end user. It is like display
of data based on some selection. Execution of a SAP report almost never leads to an
update of the database.

2.1 To Be Requirements: It collects the data from the to be document


and generates the output.

2.2 Scope / Selection Criteria

Fields to be included in the form

Table Value Description Field Value

1 Logo Logo will be


unique.

2 SKA1 Chart of KTOPL


accounts
3 SKAT General ledger SKANR
account number
4 SKAT General ledger TXT20
short text
5 SKAT General ledger TXT50
long text

6 SKB1 Company code BURKS

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2.3 Assumptions

2.4 Risks/Mitigations/ Error Handling

2.5 Security

NA

2.6 Dependencies / Concerns / Other Requirements

2.7 Integration Points

PP, PM, MM, HM, FICO, SD

2.8 Additional Notes

None

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3 Business Rules

3.1 Data Flow Diagram

3.2 Business Rules for Enhancement

None

3.3 List of Standard Tables Used for Extension

I/O Table Name Table Description

3.4 List of Custom SAP Data Objects Used

SAP Custom Table name:

SAP Custom Table name:

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